Fort Worth police looking for women in Red Bull heist from Target

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Police are asking for help identifying two women who loaded up a cart with energy drinks at a Target in southwest Fort Worth last month and assaulted a security guard as they left without paying.

The incident was reported about 12:40 p.m. Oct. 26 at the Target at 5701 Overton Ridge Blvd., Cpl. Tracey Knight, a police spokewoman, said in a news release.

The women “were seen inside the Target store loading Red Bull energy drinks into a cart,” Knight said.

They left without paying and “assaulted a loss prevention officer while attempting to escape,” she said.

The women drove in a dark green Geo Prism to the Remington Hill apartments across Overton Ridge Boulevard and were last seen running into the complex, Knight said

In surveillance photos, one woman appears to be in her late teens to early 20s and about 5-feet-9. She has what appears to be a large tattoo with wings on her upper chest. She wore a dark hoodie with a logo on back and long shorts.

The other woman appears to be about the same age but taller, about 5-feet-11. She wore a letterman-style jacket with a large “T” on the front and “Texas” on the back.

The Prism had tinted windows, fading paint on trunk, a “Love” sticker on the rear trunk area, left of center, and no hubcaps, Knight said. Witnesses could not describe the driver.

Anyone with information is asked to call robbery detectives at 817-392-4469.

Bill Miller, 817-390-7684 Twitter: @Bill_MillerST

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